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Here's Why We Won't Know Tonight Who 'Won' The Debate

With polls showing an increasingly narrow race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it’s possible that the first presidential debate could have outsized significance, rallying one candidate’s flagging supporters or swaying the unusually high percentage of undecided voters. It’s also possible that, like many past debates, it could change very little. Either way, there will be no good way of knowing for sure on Monday night.
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